Break your breaking point

breaking pointYou ever have one of those days where you say “That’s it! I’m done. I’m not doing this anymore.” This is the day that everything changes right? This is the moment you make a complete 180 and do what you should’ve done a long time ago. No one can stop this universal change that is about to take place. Not your friends, not your family, not your co-workers, not even YOU, because this “other you” the one that is ready for this massive transformation is not willing to be stopped. Because this time is different. This time you’ve reached your breaking point and no one can tell you otherwise. Truth is we all reach our breaking point more times than we want to. And each time we do, we believe this time will be different; you will be different. At least this is the ultimate intention. Intentions are great but they hardly ever stick. I can’t count the times I have intended to work on my business just to find that days (sometimes hours) later my motivation has diminished, and I’m back to regular scheduled programming. What I wouldn’t give to bottle-up my frustrations and release it every time I needed to get focused.

But life is not that convenient.

Some days are bad but other days are pretty good. They may even be awesome. And that little voice says “This isn’t so bad. I can do this a little while longer.” As I work on myself personally and professionally, I am constantly battling my truth with my reality. I want what I believe to be success, love and happiness to be an actuality and not something that lingers in the future. I want it to be in the now, whatever the circumstance. That means the motivation needed to move forward, to progress, to have what you want does not lie in your frustrations, your intentions, or money. Your motivation must lie in the vision of who you are now and what your life is today. It’s so easy to get swept up in what our life will be a year from now, 5 years from now. It’s easy to talk about the future because it’s so damn far away. It’s a little more difficult to elaborate on what you did today to increase your income, get you closer to your dream job, add more love to your life, or bring more happiness to your existence.

Stop reaching your breaking point and start breaking the same old tired cycle. Yes, your future is bright but only if you dare to make today brighter.

Feel free,

Mel